*This post is sponsored by Spellbinders, but my love for their products is all my own!
I’ve teamed up with Spellbinders to bring you another VIDEO tutorial today! I am showing you how to make these SUPER EASY Pineapple DIY TOTE BAGS with the Platinum 6 and Iron-On Vinyl. The totes are perfect for the pool, beach or to keep all your kids’ summer art together. Keep reading to learn how to make.
But first, can we chat about Spellbinders for a minute?! I was able to chat with the Spellbinders Team at Snap Conference again this year and can I tell you how much I.LOVE.THEM! All the heart eyes! Best company….seriously the best people and such a great product.
It’s fun to think of all the different products I’ve used since owning my Platinum 6: heavy duty felt (DIY SUCCULENT PUMPKINS), Duct Tape (DIY DUCT TAPE POINSETTIA GIFT BAGS), card stock (DIY VALENTINE’S DAY DECORATIONS & GARLAND TUTORIAL and today I’m showing you how the Platinum 6 cuts iron-on vinyl with ease! Man I love this machine!
Enough of the chit chat, read below and follow along with the video to see how to make the Pineapple DIY Tote Bag!
- Take your Iron-On Vinyl and cut into small 4X6 rectangles.
- Layer three pieces of Iron-On Vinyl on top of each other and run through the Spellbinders Platinum 6 Machine, using the Pineapple Contour Steel Rule Dies.
- Place one pineapple in the center of your Canvas Tote Bag and iron. Leave iron on the pineapple for a good 20-30 seconds.
- Do the same for the second and third pineapple.
- Take off the plastic layer of the Iron-On Vinyl and iron again.
- Let cool.